What's on offer at
Castledown Enterprise Centre

Office space is available for anyone who meets our conditions.

The office space options we can offer your business are:

Like all of the TEN centres, we offer easy in-easy out terms and reasonable prices – see our price list.

Full time tenants also get a substantial 50% discount on meeting room bookings.

Don’t forget you’ll have on-site support, invitation to business and networking meetings and help accessing all of TEN’s support.

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When it comes to office space for growing businesses, Castledown Enterprise Centre is one of the area’s best kept secrets. Once people see what we have on offer, they love it!

This modern, purpose-built Enterprise Centre, two miles from Tidworth and five miles from Andover, offers you a complete progression route for your business. The centre has 17 offices, ranging in size from one to five desks, as well as hot desking facilities. Two further offices double as smaller training or meeting rooms for up to 10 people. As a progression route we can offer small light industrial units (B1 (A.B.C) B2 & B8) in the FitzGilbert part of the business park.

Networking and tenant gatherings take place in the attractive indoor garden space, with additional conference and/or training space available at the neighbouring Castledown Business Centre. This offers great, modern facilities including an open and light space that’s ideal for small networking events, running courses, or theatre style meetings.

This range of spaces means that the centre can accommodate business meetings involving anything from 4 to 60 people.

The centre has free parking.

Military BYOB

Castledown is less than two miles from the garrison town of Tidworth. This makes it a great centre for service personnel (and their partners) looking to start or develop a business. TEN is proud to support our military personnel through our military BYOB service.

Meet Our Tenants

Ludgershall couple Zoe and Guy Tucker are having a double celebration – not only have they just got married, but they’ve moved their software design business out of their home and into their first office.

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Zoe and Guy Tucker
Clearly Software

“One of the things I really missed when working from home were those water-cooler moments; the chance to have discussions and network,” says Dean Randle, one of the first businesses to move into Castledown Enterprise Centre, near Andover.

He says the overheads at Castledown are reasonable and he likes the fact that there were no hidden extra costs, unlike other business premises.

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Dean Randle
Corporate Lin X Ltd